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Croxley Danes School is a new, all-ability, co-educational state secondary school serving South West Hertfordshire which opened in September 2017. It will eventually provide a high quality education to over 1200 students aged 11-18, having opened for its first year with 120 Year 7 students based at St Clement Danes School. Since September 2018 it has been housed in the building formerly occupied by The Reach School in Tolpits Lane and will move to its brand new buildings at the bottom of Baldwins Lane during 2020. More information about progress on the permanent site can be found here. Croxley Danes School is addressing a substantial shortfall in secondary places for 2017 and beyond and is fast becoming the first-choice school for the surrounding area. To find out more about applying for a place in 2020, please click here.

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  • 06:00 PM - 12th August, 2020 Bearmouth by Liz Ryder is a stunning dystopian novel for students going into Years 9 and 10. Comes highly recommended - Mrs Broadis loved it! Can be ordered from Read now or save for the new term ahead! Read more
  • 10:51 AM - 8th August, 2020 Four further recommended books with the experience of refugees as a central theme are Welcome to Nowhere by , Boy 87 by , No Ballet Shoes in Syria by and Shadow by great reads available from ! Read more
  • 10:51 AM - 8th August, 2020 This profound and erudite piece from Michael Rosen explains why reading is so powerful. What experiences have joined the personal 'repertoires' of our Croxley Danes students through their reading in recent weeks? Read more
  • 04:01 PM - 3rd August, 2020 Vacancy - ICT Network Administrator. We need a committed and passionate technology enthusiast with the ability to lead and effectively manage, grow and develop our ICT. More details available below. Closing date 9.00am Monday 10th August 2020 Read more Read more
  • 04:01 PM - 3rd August, 2020 Mrs Cox has just read The Bone Sparrow by . Would thoroughly recommend it to our students. It opened my eyes to the situation faced by child refugees living in detention centres. Any other summer reading recommendations? Read more